Sony Xperia T2 Ultra to Cost €400 ($547) at Launch
The phone's price tag has yet to be officially confirmed
Today, Japanese mobile phone maker Sony Mobile has officially announced two large-screen smartphones aimed at offering great entertainment capabilities while on the go, namely the Xperia T2 Ultra and the Xperia T2 Ultra dual, but it did not provide specific info on their pricing.However, a recent tweet coming from XDA-Developers Forum member DooMLoRD suggests that the Xperia T2 Ultra might be priced at €400 ($547) when launched.
However, no official confirmation on this has emerged as of now, and we’ll take the info with a grain of salt. Given the phone’s specs, however, the aforementioned price tag is highly likely to prove real.
Unfortunately, no specific details on the cost of the Xperia T2 Ultra dual have been provided as of now, though we expect it to be priced similarly to the single-SIM version.
The new mobile phone was announced with availability in China, the Middle East, Africa, and the Asia-Pacific region, and this price tag could make it a highly appealing mid-range device, that’s for sure.
The smartphone will hit shelves with LTE connectivity packed inside and, with the technology just picking up steam in China, it might prove a great option for the hundreds of millions of users in the country.
The new Sony Xperia T2 Ultra arrives on shelves in white, black, or purple color variants with a 6.0-inch 720p TRILUMINOS display with Mobile BRAVIA Engine 2 for mobile.
The handset is powered by a 1.4GHz quad-core Snapdragon processor, paired with 1GB of RAM, 8GB of internal memory, and a microSD memory card slot with support for up to 32GB of additional storage space.
Sony also unveiled the new smartphone with a 13-megapixel camera on the back with full HD video recording, as well as with a front camera for video calling.
Other specs of the device include a 3000mAh battery, the usual set of connectivity options, GPS receiver with GLONASS, DLNA and PlayStation certified, and Google’s Android 4.3 Jelly Bean OS loaded on top.